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Asia destinations expanded in Qantas, Cathay Pacific codeshare partnership

23 September 2018

A blooper so huge, it is the size of its Boeing 777-367.

Eagle-eyed travellers spotted the mistake at Hong Kong International Airport and contacted the airline.

Twitter users quickly weighed in with their own takes on the typo, offering advice, jokes and memes. It operates in Hong Kong, Mainland China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, South East Asia, Middle East, Europe, Pacific and South Africa.

"We did not intend to make it a big fuss in the first place, but photos went viral within the aviation enthusiastic groups, so we just shared the hilarious moment with everyone".

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While a full report of this mysterious incident is not yet available, Cathay Pacific told CNN Travel, "We are not having many chances to have such 'limited edition, ' right?"

While the company claimed it was an honest mistake, an engineer for aircraft management firm Haeco told the South China Morning Post he suspected the company may have intentionally made the mistake to get a little publicity, since it would be an extremely hard thing to happen by accident and it would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars to fix.

Everyone's made a typo in their life, including global airlines.

On the plane in question, "Cathay Paciic" was painted instead of the company's name. Perhaps someone lost the "F" stencil?

Asia destinations expanded in Qantas, Cathay Pacific codeshare partnership